By Kirsten Huffer, Collections Officer Have you heard creaking footsteps coming from the attics lately? Or noticed the north stairs’ “no access” sign has been replaced with one inviting you to chat with us while we’re working and share ideas
By Sarah Hutton and Neil Clarke As the last few photographs are coming in, we are finally reaching the end of one of the biggest and far-reaching community projects we have been lucky enough to work on with the folk
In 1843, at fourteen years of age, Josiah Chater moved from Saffron Walden to Cambridge to take up a draper apprenticeship. He lived on St Mary’s Street opposite Holy Trinity Church (near present-day FatFace) and began a life in Cambridge.